Dontavian Lee said after a big showing in week three, that he was just beginning to find his groove.
Lee has put together three very good games in the past three weeks to prove his own comments somewhat prophetic.
Last week, Lee ran for 182 yards and two touchdowns on just nine carries.
The three star back scored on a 20 yard touchdown pass for good measure as FCAHS advanced to 4-1 with a big win over Mize.
This week, the Aggies will travel to take on Newton County and Mississippi State verbal Jamoral Graham.
Newton County (4-1) enjoyed a bye week last week.
In a battle of commitments last week, Darius Liggins had a hand in eleven tackles as Oxford (5-0) knocked off West Point (2-3) and Aeris Williams 30-20.
Liggins and the Chargers of Oxford will travel to Saltillo this week, while West Point hosts Clarksdale.
Nick Fitzgerald ran for five touchdowns and threw for two more with his future quarterback coach, Les Koenning, in attendance.
Richmond Hill moves to 4-0 with that 47-28 win over Glyn Academy.
Fitzgerald and his squad will look to remain unbeaten om the season as they host Groves High this week.
Jordan Harris and Stephenson remain unbeaten and unchallenged as the Jags roll to 5-0 with a 35-7 pasting of SW DeKalb.
SHS will have a tough one this Friday night as they go on the road for just their second away game of the season to face Tucker.
Braxton Hoyett and Pelham won a barn barner 49-40 over Northridge last week.
The Panthers will be at Wetumkpka this week as they look to improve on their 4-1 season mark.
Elijah Staley and Wheeler suffered their third consecutive loss in frustrating fashion, 38-9 to Milton.
The game will likely serve as a de facto senior day for Staley who is no longer on the Wildcats' roster.
Sean Rawlings and MRA improved to 4-2 with an impressive road win at Magnolia Heights, 23-20.
MRA will be back in road action this week as they travel to Starkville Academy.
Lashard Durr and Harrison Central dropped a tough one at Hattiesburg, 14-10 last week to fall to 3-2 on the campaign.
The Red Rebels have a big one at home this week as they host their cousins from the city, Gulfport High.
While four star linebacker Gerri Green continues to put up big numbers, Greenville-Weston is mired in a tough stretch.
Murrah knocked off Weston last week 39-13 to drop the Hornets to 1-4.
Green and his teammates will look to turn things around this week as they travel to Warren Central.
Deshon Cooper, Chris Rayford and Logan Cooke all enjoyed a bye week last week.
Cooper and Columbia (2-2) will be at Marist this week.
Rayford and Byhalia (1-3) will look to end a three game losing streak at Rosa Fort.
Columbia Academy (3-2) is still without the services of Cooke who is still rehabbing his ankle from an injury suffered earlier this season.
The All-American specialist will be out at least one more week.
Norman Price and Hinds won for the first time in three weeks as the Eagles knocked off East Central 48-14.
Hinds (3-2) will take on Southwest Mississippi this Saturday.
Will Coleman and Tyler Junior College (5-0) enjoyed a 63-49 win over Northeast Oklahoma A&M last week.
The Apaches will host Navarro College this Saturday.
Last night, Jocquell Johnson and Co-Lin had an impressive win over #4 and previously unbeaten Itawamba 48-7.
The Wolfpack (5-1) suffered their first loss last week in a 50-47 affair at Jones County.
Co-Lin is still in the hunt for some big things and will take on Pearl River next weekend.